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Clay Hardy

Senior Vice President, Trust Officer

Texas Bankers Association School of Trust Banking,
SMU Graduate
B.B.A. (Finance), Lamar University at Beaumont, Texas

With over 30 years of skilled trust administration experience, Clay has effectively worked with clients at many major financial institutions in the region. Clay has a broad array of experience, having worked in numerous areas of trust including employee benefits, IRA’s, estate and personal trust administration. In addition to graduating from Texas Bankers Association School of Trust Banking, he also has attended numerous Texas Bankers Association and Cannon Seminars.

Clay is a member of the Southeast Texas Estate Planning Council. He enjoys sporting events and outside activities. Clay and his wife Mary live in Groves, Texas and has two adult children. They are members of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Groves.

Beaumont

6280 Delaware Suite B, Beaumont, TX 77706

(409) 866-6280

6280 Delaware Suite B, Beaumont, TX 77706

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